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Welcome to the Spring 2023 semester of 6.1910 which we will call 6.191 (previously known as 6.004)!
To help you get set up for this course, we will be offering two bash and lab setup tutorials on Tuesday February 7th and Thursday February 9th from 7-8pm in our lab room which is 32-083.
Our first class will be lecture on Tuesday, February 7th. Our lectures are every Tuesday and Thursday from 1-2PM in 32-123. Lectures will be taught by Silvina Hanono Wachman, Song Han, and Daniel Sanchez. Recitations are on Wednesdays and Fridays and they are taught by our course TAs. Recitations are offered throughout the day from 10am-4pm so everyone should be able to fit it into their schedule. Recitations will review material taught in the previous lecture by going over concrete problems that make use of the new material. The first recitation will be on Wednesday, February 8th.
General course information and policies are available in the
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Lecture slides, lecture videos, and tutorial material are available in
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The course schedule is available on the
Please sign up for piazza for 6.191.
Recitation attendance is mandatory and counts for 5% of your grade (together with lecture questions and recitation participation). Please register for a recitation section that fits your schedule using the View Recitation tool. We will not be following the registrar's recitation assignments. If you cannot find an open recitation that fits your schedule please post privately on piazza explaining your situation. We do offer the option to opt-out of recitations which can be done through the same tool. If you opt-out of recitations then your quiz grades will be used for that 5% of your grade. You may choose to opt-out up until add date. Note that failing to sign up to a recitation section is not considered opting out. If you don't properly opt-out and do not attend recitations you will get a 0 for that 5% of your grade.